PG-13 | | Drama, Romance, Sci-Fi
A malfunction in a sleeping pod on a spacecraft traveling to a distant colony planet wakes one passenger 90 years early.
The observatory computer tells Jim that Homestead II is a planet in the Bhakti system. Bhakti is a Sanskrit word meaning devotion to God in Hinduism.
Good morning, James. How are you feeling?
Jim Preston: Wait. What?
Wake-up Hologram: It's perfectly normal to feel confused. You just spent 120 years in suspended animation.
Jim Preston: What?
Wake-up Hologram: It's okay, James.
Jim Preston: It's Jim...
Wake-up Hologram: Jim.
Aurora (and therefore the crew, possibly others) was supposed to return to Earth after spending a year at the colony. That would be impossible since a basic premise of the movie is that there is no way to place passengers back in stasis after they are awake. Jim mentions the procedures they went trough before leaving Earth, there are possibly similar -hibernation centers on Homestead II.
The first half of the end credits feature images of celestial objects in space, such as nebulas and galaxies.
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